SHIP ENERGY EFFICIENCY ANALYSER
- Measures, records and analyses
- Performance and navigational data
- Permanent display of key
performance indicators and trends
- Helps reduce fuel consumption
- A valuable SEEMP tool
LEHMANN & MICHELS has developed a fully automatic performance monitoring system that can easily be integrated into a Ship’s Energy Efficiency Management Plan to not only help optimize performance & reduce emissions, but also increase vessel charterability!
LEMAG SEEAmag measures, records and analyses key data to help the user determine and improve the vessels efficiency by enabling in depth analyses and fleet comparisons. The data can be accessed both onboard as well as onshore and enables the following:
- Monitoring of all fuel oil consumption
for M/E, A/E and Boiler split between MGO and HFO current, per trip etc.
- Effective control during bunkering
optional using bunker flow-meters
- Permanent control of optimum trim
LEMAG TRIMtrending® a self-learning system!
- Display of EEOI, incl. CO˛ & SOx footprint
All information is displayed in a clear and easy to use format and provides the user with various trend diagrams for set periods of time e.g. noon to noon or last voyage. These analyses can prove to be vital in identifying wear and tear at an early stage.
LEMAG SEEAmag can also automatically import (to your own server) and analyse the vessel’s daily reports and display the results in one of the following categories in either green, yellow or red:
- M/E Performance
- A/E Performance
- Hull Performance
- TRIM Performance
- T/C Performance (optional)
The information can then for example be shared as follows:
Green = Saved for trend analysis
Yellow = Message to superintendent
Red = Message to technical director
Further parameters can also be displayed, e.g. differential charge-air cooler, current value, limit value green/yellow transition will be reached in x days etc.
LEMAG SEEAmag is a modular system that can be combined to achieve a most cost-effective solution for customers. A return of investment can be achieved within 12 months, usually however within 6 months. Higher savings are possible, especially if the vessels are bunkering in areas that are not considered to be trustworthy!